合作与改变的故事-Stories of Change and Collaboration
Stories ofChange and Collaboration
Beijing has collaborative leaders whohave demonstrated what is possible when passionate people work together toachieve common goals. Innovation andcollaboration can be enhanced by sharing these stories more widely and talkingabout the learnings from these incredible experiences!
Storytelling is a ancient and powerfultool that has been a key to learning throughout human history. Now you are invited to be a part of thosestories and to build connections and mutual inspiration with other people whoare committed to the creation of a better China!
Join us at Stories of Change andCollaboration, a collective story harvesting event, the first of itskind in China. The process will behosted by a team of experienced practitioners in the Art of HostingConversations that Matterand will feature a diverse team of amazing Storytellers.
Date:26th of April (Saturday)
Time:4:00 to 7:00 pm
Place:World Culture Open, Beijing Office. S9-105, 1 Xiangheyuan St., DongchengDistrict, Beijing
RSVP to: email@example.com (spaces are limited)
Zhang Yifeiis the environmental sustainabilitysenior manager at Coca-Cola. He has worked in international NGOs formany years, and did a lot of contribution to local NGOs in China. After hegraduated from the university in 1997, he entered into Xinhua News Agency.Prior to entering into Earth Watch Institute in 2009, he worked in WWF(World Wildlife Fund). In 2011, he got the Ford scholarship to gain hisMaster of Public Affairs in the university of Texas at Austin.
Wang Liyong, the Director of IED Economy Program, was the seniortrainer and HR manager of DELL and Amazon, and worked in some companies thatare in the Fortune Global 500. In addition, he has a deep understanding oftraditional Chinese culture including Confucianism and Taoism. He created asystem involving Oriental philosophy and Western management tools which harmonizesrelations between individual and company and has developed a managing system toimprove working efficiency with a good performance.
Kseniya Tsoywas born in the Soviet Union andraised in Uzbekistan. She joined the nonprofit world at the Seoul office of WorldCulture Open, an
international cultural organization,with which she came to Beijing in 2012. As a project coordinator she iscurrently working on bringing cultural events to engage Beijing's creativecommunity. All of these projects are brought up through collaboration and wouldnot be possible without the joint effort of participants' different walks oflife.
[attachment=110405]KurtZhong isthe Director of Strategy and Operations of SAGE Worldwide, through whichKurt contributed to organizing the 2013 Fortune Beijing Sub-Forum withChinese Premier Li Keqiang. Kurt alsoserves as the Founding Member of Beijing Commons, a volunteer-drivenorganization run by a group of international and energetic young professionals.They have organized a lot of events such as TEDxBeijing, AngelHack andBarCamp in service to collaboration among differentcommunities and cross-boundary communication and partnership.
Zhao Zhongis the China Coordinator of Pacific Environment Foundation and lovestraveling and mountaineering. He was the founder of the Green Camel Bell,the first NGO in Gansu Province. Before that he worked in the ChineseAcademy of Science and has started his work with environmental protectionand awareness, as well as cooperation in rural areas. He has a belief towardshis work of “startingfrom the basic things with a grandeur mind”. Times, the American magazine awarded him as anenvironmental hero in 2009.
Steve Ryman has lived for most of his life in the United States, butfor the last few years have been traveling the world hosting and engaging inconversations that enable individuals and groups to collectively create a newfuture. He is trained in participatoryleadership, ontological coaching, aikido and other change processes.
Xiaojing Fei has worked for the Institute for Environment and Development (IED) as the manager of climate issues. She attended the Copenhagen and Cancun Conferences on behalf of Chinese NGOs and also took part in several actions on climate change. She has several years’ experience in facilitation and training with her devotion to the youth development and NGO talent training.
Narayan Silva Xiaojing Fei has worked for the Institute for Environment and Development (IED) as the manager of climate issues. She attended the Copenhagen and Cancun Conferences on behalf of Chinese NGOs and also took part in several actions on climate change. She has several years’ experience in facilitation and training with her devotion to the youth development and NGO talent training.
This event is free but the spaces arelimited. To RSVP, please send an email with your info (name, age, organization,contacts) to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the number 18811457038. You are welcome to write usif you have any questions!
Looking forward to seeing you!
The Sustainnovation Lab team